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Dynamic Symmetry, Film and the Sydney Opera House

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Hey everyone, thanks for joining in today, and for all of the awesome support! I appreciate you all!

Today we are going to take a look at some of the film photos I got while I was in Australia. I was able to visit many locations in two weeks, but for this article we’ll focus on the Sydney Opera House. I was limited to my old film camera (Leica R4 with Ilford XP2 Super 400) and a 50mm lens, so I had to try and think outside of the box to get any good shots of such a massive site (limitations are a good thing). I’ll be showing you a lot of before and after post-processing comparisons, and also talk about my thoughts while shooting. We’ll even see if I got close to locking in elements when the only dynamic symmetry grid I had was the one in my mind. Let’s get into it!

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